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Great food Pleasant staff all smilesGreat website except no hrs are posted
Food was fabulous and execution was superb
I heard The Mule served Fried Watonga Cheese Cheddar Curds. Circumstances put me close so “Why not?” Its tucked away on a quiet street with a couple of other eating places. Not a lot of parking. There is outside seating. Entrance on the west side.Entering, I saw a hostess stand and the kitchen. To the left of that was a long bar with TVs. The dining area to my left had ample seating. On the wall were two huge menu boards. It was late afternoon and there were only a handful of customers. I liked the cozy atmosphere…not too quiet and not too loud.I was greeted by the waitress who quickly seated me. She recommended the special and gave me a few minutes to look at the menu. I looked at the menu and there they were, the whole reason for my being there…Fried Watonga Cheese Curds. I decided on them and a sandwich (Sandie on the menu) BCLT - Sourdough Bread, Pecan Smoked Bacon, Gouda, Gruyere, Lettuce, Tomato, and Mayonnaise. I added Avocado for extra charge. For my side I added the SPINACH SALAD - Fresh Spinach, Red Onion, Blue Cheese Crumbles, Pear Slices, Candied Brittle Bacon, and Balsamic Vinaigrette. The fried Watonga Cheese curds came quickly. They were a generous heaping, helping presented on a paper lined plate, accompanied by sides of Marinara and Ranch dipping sauces. My first bite was without any dipping sauce and as the deliciousness spread through my mouth, I knew what all the fuss was about. I tried the Marinara sauce but it tasted like Campbell’s Tomato Soup without water added so it got pushed to the side but the Ranch sauce had a good flavor and complimented the fried curds. When the sandwich and salad arrived, the presentations was very nice. The salad was fresh and, although a bit heavy with what seemed to be oil combined with the balsamic, still delicious. The sandwich was thick, grilled on both sides, and cut in half which made it easier to handle.I enjoyed fried Watonga Cheese curds and eating at The Mule. I would recommend both.
Great food and service, burgers and fries
Friendly service and great pizza
Great service here at the Meridian location!We're always greeted with huge smiles when we visit each Thursday morning for meetings of OKC's Executive Success Club, and the service at this restaurant is always prompt and thorough.Try the Chicken Fajita Omelette if you want a really tasty, low carb treat for your breakfast!
They used to be much better...food and service are not very good...cute place.
Resized my ring within 30 minutes. $25, so very reasonably priced. I loved not having to leave my jewelry behind. It honestly looked so much better than when I brought it in, but who knows when I had it cleaned last!! Very helpful and eager to help. Happy to see them in a new location!!!
Walked in with 10 mins before closing and they still served us.With good service. Food not so good asked for over easy eggs got over medium asked for hashbrowns got over well done ...Toast was hockey puts...only thing really good was the ham ....Not a happy camper
It was the most disgusting meal I have ever had. I ordered a Monte cristo. According to the menu, it was a triple decker sandwich with meats and cheeses between each slice. There was one piece of ham on the first layer, a piece of the turkey on the second, and it was deep fried. I tilted the sandwich on its side to eat, and at least a teaspoon of oil spilled out. Never again.